Please enter a minimum of 2 characters to search.

Jump to Tribute


Memorial Keepers (0)

Add a Keeper

Ruth Klym

August 23rd, 1933 - July 4th, 2023

Ruth Klym Born August 23, 1933 Entered Heaven July 4, 2023 Our Mom touched the Hearts of many throughout her long and Loving life. Starting with her wonderful country beginnings, to the coast, finding love, then to the other coast, and having children, after two, returning to Colorado for four more children and a permanent home. She also blessed seven Grand children’s lives, in her lifetime. What she was most, is the best Mother anyone could wish for, wonderful, loving and always caring to our needs. Our Parents were always willing to take in any of our friends, even strangers, and make them feel welcome. She loved to go and wanted to do things. Her crafting skills were amazing which led to teaching at the rec. center, and later teaching to seniors. Mom always decorated for holidays, which made our home a happier place. She could keep us all busy/active, safe, confident, and most of all unconditionally loved. We all Deeply miss You Mom. We know you are now not feeling pain, sadness or loneliness, only the gracious Love of our Lord. And your dwelling “is” in the house of the Lord forever. Burial service will be at Fort Logan Cemetery at 10:00 am Sept. 13, 2023

We Entrusted Ruth Klym's Care To

Go to Page
FPG Store Banner Image

When words can't fully express what we want to say, sometimes a small gift can. Visit our Memorial Store for personalized gifts, keepsake jewelry and to plant a memorial tree.


Share a favorite memory, send condolences, and honor Ruth’s life with a heartfelt message.

Mary Koch

Love you Aunt Ruth. You and Mom were always Such a hoot when y’all were together cooking for big family meals or reunions. I loved the Summer months as a kid because I got to come to Denver and hang with my cousins. I loved going to the rec center… getting ice cream from the Ice cream man. You never let us talk to him alone, always looking out for us kids. Laughing and loving, that who you were. You are home with the Lord, with Uncle Ted, Mom, granny and all who went before you. I will see you again one day. That is the hope I have in the Lord. Love you Aunt Ruth! Mary Doreen

Published March 9th, 2024

Customize Cookie Preferences

We use cookies to enhance browsing experience serve personalized ads or content, and analyze our traffic. By clicking 'Accept All', you consent to our use of cookies. Read more